Christie Brinkley Age Height Weight Fashion Campaigns Measurements

Christie Brinkley

Christie Brinkley fashion model

Birth Date

February 2, 1954


United States

Sun Sign


Natural hair color


Eye color



5 ft 9 in | 175 cm

Christie Brinkley for CoverGirl Campaign

Christie Brinkley for CoverGirl Campaign

Body Measurements

37-25-35 in | 94-63.5-89 cm


64 kg | 141 pounds

Bra Size


Shoe size

8 US | 38 EU

Christie Brinkley for Chanel N°19 Perfume

Christie Brinkley for Chanel N°19 Perfume

Facts Age

Christie Brinkley was born in Monroe, Michigan, United States, on February 2, 1954 is an American supermodel and actress.

She was discovered in a post office in Paris (1973), by photographer Errol Sawyer.

Featured in three consecutive Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue covers in 1979, 1980 and 1981.

She appeared in special Sports Illustrated 40th Anniversary Issue's Hall of Fame in 2005.

Brinkley is one of the top-earning models on the Forbes list of all time.

She was a twenty five years face of CoverGirl.

She is a vegetarian.

Supports animal rights.

She wrote her book "Christie Brinkley's Outdoor Beauty & Fitness Book" in 1983.

Featured in three music videos for Billy Joel: "Uptown Girl" (1983), "Keeping the Faith" (1984) and "A Matter of Trust" (1986).

Fan of New York Islanders ice hockey team.

Has been married four times and have 3 children.

She was married to American singer-songwriter Billy Joel (1985–1994), they have one daughter, Alexa Ray Joel.

Lives on Long Island in Sag Harbor, New York.

Best Movies

She made her big screen debut in road comedy film National Lampoon's Vacation (1983) in role as the Girl in Red Ferrari. She played the same character in sequel Vegas Vacation (1997).

Jack and Jill (2011) comedy in role as Herself, opposite Adam Sandler and Katie Holmes

TV shows

She portrayed Gayle Gergich in political satire television sitcom Parks and Recreation (2012–2015).

She made her stage debut in role as Roxie Hart in musical Chicago in 2011.

Editorials Covers

She appeared on over 500 fashion magazine covers including Playboy, Men's Health, Vogue, Rolling Stone, Cosmopolitan, Esquire, New York Magazine, Allure.

Advertising campaigns

Vogue Patterns, Gottex, Diet Coke, Anheuser-Busch, Got Milk?, Healthy Choice, Max Factor, Nissan, Chanel No. 19, Prell, MasterCard, Lord & Taylor, Gap, Christie Brinkley Skincare, Barneys.


Represented by agencies IMG New York, Paris, Australia and Milano.

Christie Brinkley for Max Factor Campaign

Christie Brinkley for Max Factor Campaign


No matter what your age is, you only have now. So it's always about living in the moment and being in the moment... I refuse to let those numbers define me, and I just try to face each day positively.

I respect artists so much, and I absolutely love music as the ultimate art.

Modelling opened up the world to me. All my friends were bohemian artists and were a little bit appalled when I sold out and did something so bourgeois. I'd say, 'Come on, guys, with what I earn from this job, we can all go to Morocco.'

I remember my first 'Sports Illustrated' shoot was with the photographer Walter Iooss, and Julie Campbell was the editor, and we were at the president of Mexico's private house in Cancun - this was before anything else that's now in Cancun even existed. And they told me to get a tan, so I spent all morning in the sun, and I was burnt.

I remember really loving the CoverGirl ads when I was younger - there was something very cool about how they always put the girls in white. It looked so clean.

I was basically a surfer girl from California. I never looked like a model.

The mere act of putting your lips in the right position tells your body to release chemicals that make you feel better. Share your smile with the world. It's a symbol of friendship and peace.


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